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by Linda Richter,Robert Morrell

  • Author: Linda Richter,Robert Morrell
  • ISBN: 0796920966
  • ISBN13: 978-0796920966
  • ePub: 1707 kb | FB2: 1949 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Human Sciences Research Council; First Edition edition (April 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 416
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Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa ePub download

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‘Sublime Theories: Reason and Imagination in Modernity. ’ In Robinson and Rundell, Rethinking Imagination, 171–84. ’ In Rose, On Not Being Able to Sleep: Psychoanalysis and the Modern World, 216–37. London: Chatto and Windus, 2003.

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Of boys and men: masculinity and gender in Southern African studies. Journal of Southern African Studies 24 (4), 605-630, 1998. Sexuality and the limits of agency among South African teenage women: Theorising femininities and their connections to HIV risk practises. Social Science & Medicine 74 (11), 1729-1737, 2012.

Fathers, Fatherhood and Masculinity in South Africa. Harare: Baobab Books. Ngoshi, Hazel, T. and Juliet S. Pasi. In Linda Richter and Robert Morrell (Ed., Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa. Women in Mungoshi’s Works. Mediating HIV AND AIDS Strategies in Children’s Literature in Zimbabwe.

What fatherhood roles should we be trying to encourage? These are some of the questions addressed in this, the first book to focus specifically on fathers and fatherhood in South Africa

Publication (Day/Month/Year). What fatherhood roles should we be trying to encourage? These are some of the questions addressed in this, the first book to focus specifically on fathers and fatherhood in South Africa. The volume contributes to an emerging international literature on fathers, making the case, amongst others, for men to make a greater contribution to the wellbeing of children. Many people equate a father with the man who makes the biological contribution to the creation of the child.

BABA: men and fatherhood in South Africa. Linda Richter, Robert Morrell

BABA: men and fatherhood in South Africa. Linda Richter, Robert Morrell. Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa" provides answers to some of the most difficult questions about fatherhood in South Africa: who is a father? What does it mean to be a father? Is i. More). Depression among pregnant rural South African women undergoing HIV testing. TJ Rochat, LM Richter, HA Doll, NP Buthelezi, A Tomkins, A Stein. Jama 295 (12), 1373-1378, 2006. Mandela's children: Growing up in post-apartheid South Africa. OA Barbarin, LM Richter. Exposure to violence, coping resources, and psychological adjustment of South African children. OA Barbarin, L Richter, T DeWet. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 71 (1), 16-25, 2001.

Authors from a range of backgrounds and disciplines break new ground in this collection of essays exploring the centrality of fatherhood in the lives of men and the experiences of children. The book is separated into sections that address different ways that the presence or absence of a father affects both the man and the family, from the conceptual questions of fatherhood to historical perspectives—including the input of class and race issues—to the portrayal of fathers in the media. By turning attention to aspects of fatherhood, each study illuminates the role of the male parent, making the ultimate argument that the contribution of men to their families can be a positive force for change in society as a whole.